ALBUM REVIEW: The Maine ‘Forever Halloween Deluxe Edition’

 As if The Maine hadn’t entranced us enough with Forever Halloween (which has remained on the Alternative Press charts since its initial release), they went and made a deluxe version of the album, complete with new tracks. Needless to say, no one had to twist my arm to give it a listen. The deluxe version of Forever Halloween starts off exactly the same, with the classic vibe riding high on “Take What You Can Carry.” One thing I love about deluxe albums? I can sing along to a majority of…

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GUEST BLOG: Music Can Bring You Back From The (Near) Dead

I knew I had to go all the way before I could come back, though I ran it pretty close. I can say without being dramatic that I probably only had a couple of hours left. Scared and cold and alone and clutching a bottle of vodka (that I was too sick by now to even drink), I went to the hospital. It took a month for the doctors to put me back together. I was 26 years old and I had to start all over again. The first thing…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Matthew Vincent (The American Scene) & Alexander Correia ( The Tower & The Fool) Split

I admit to openly liking split EPs, when I know a lot of people don’t. One listen to the Matthew Vincent and Alexander Correia split, and I was hooked, and I know any anti-split listeners will fall madly in love as well. The split begins perfectly with Matthew Vincent’s “Wicked Thirst,” a beautiful acoustic track that will immediately captivate listeners. Each line is filled with stunning emotional depth. It’s a well-written piece, painted with lyrics resembling poetry, and music that is nothing short of fantastic. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Maine “Forever Halloween”

Let me start this off by being completely honest; I love The Maine. I love listening to their music, I go to their concerts, I buy the merch; I am a fan to my core. Forever Halloween is yet another shining example of why I am a fan. Please follow and like us:

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The Sky Life ‘Caves’ Album Review

Music is an art form. A beautiful, intricate, expansive art form. When listening to Caves by The Sky Life, it’s almost too easy to imagine the music as the paint and airwaves that were once empty as the canvas. Each track is lyrically masterful, especially “Stop Thinking,” with lyrics like, “[…] in an ocean of your thoughts and not their ideas/Now is all we have spend it with you love in and ocean of your thoughts and not their ideas for you.” The album seems to delve into the emotions…

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